Teenaged adventurer Jade Hameister has already accomplished more than most of us ever will. She’s the youngest person ever to ski to the North Pole from anywhere outside 89 degrees, and the youngest woman in history to cross Greenland Ice caps unassisted.
A good sandwich doesn’t need more than meat, cheese, and bread, but adding some tomato, onion, or other vegetable can make it truly great through the addition of fresh flavor and texture. Instead of slicing and dicing each of these components individually, you can save time by piling on the salsa.
Hello, and welcome back to Will It Casserole?, the column where I take your delicious concepts and re-imagine them as delicious casserole creations. Today we’re taking another favorite sandwich of mine—the Italian sub/grinder/hoagie/whatever—and transforming it into a hot, comforting dish of wonder.
If you’re a professional basketball player, there’s bound to be some downtimes, when you’re so sick of training and practice that you just randomly come up with fun ways to amuse yourself and confound your teammates. We guess? Otherwise it’s even harder to explain this video recently tweeted from the Chicago Bulls…
A half-consumed can of jellied cranberry sauce is kind of a sad sight, but there’s no reason to toss this tart and sweet substance, even if you’re eaten every last bit of turkey.
Chad Gunderson of Half Brothers Brewing Co. in Grand Forks, North Dakota, just wanted to sell a really cool sandwich.
In How Do You Take Yours?, The Takeout solicits staff and outside expertise for secret tips on improving one dish. This week, we’re discussing sandwich combinations that sound strange on paper, but are in fact delicious and worthwhile.